The company had scheduled the launch of this service from January to be available in Mumbai, Gujarat, Delhi, Karnataka and Kolkata in the first phase. A Vodafone India spokesperson confirmed that the same would begin today in the Gujarat region.
Sunil Sood, managing director and chief executive officer of Vodafone India, said at the time of the announcement: “Vodafone is preparing for the future with the advent of newer digital technologies and services.” The presentation of Voice over LTE (VoLTE) will improve customers. experience with HD quality calls and offer our customers new possibilities Vodafone VoLTE is an important step towards the introduction of futuristic technology that improves our Strong Data Network “.
Vodafone’s rivals, Reliance Jio and Airtelal, already offer 4G VoLTE services in the country and the telecommunications company has aggressively taken steps to compete with them.
Meanwhile, the ‘data’ war in telecommunications has been heating up with each passing week as telecom operators continue to have plans that offer more data to attract customers.
Recently, Vodafone renewed its two plans of Rs 448 and Rs 509 for its prepaid customers, following in the footsteps of Reliance Jio and Airtel.
The Rs 448 plan now has a validity of 84 days, instead of 70 days, and the Rs 509 plan is now valid for 91 days, compared to 84 days. The new revised plans now offer a longer validity that implies additional daily data. This means that the previous plan now has 14GB of additional data and the latest plan has 7GB of additional data. In addition to this, the two plans include unlimited calls, both local and national, to any network with a limit of 250 minutes per day and 1000 minutes per week, as well as 100 SMS per day.